- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris underwent shoulder surgery this week.
Harris missed three games because of hamstring injuries and battled through a sore hip.
In 2013, Harris made his impact on special teams, averaging 12.8 yards on punt returns and 30.6 on kick returns. He finished second in the NFL on kick returns despite battling hamstring issues.
As a receiver, Harris had just nine catches for 80 yards but two touchdowns.
Harris is expected to be ready for organized team activities in the spring.
Meanwhile, defensive end DeMarcus Ware said when the season ended that he might need elbow surgery, but there are indications that won't occur -- at least right now.